from The Century Dictionary.

  • In a refutable manner; so as to be refuted or disproved.


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  • Israel is refutably invalidating her "unification" claims by unmercifully "dividing" the city with a concrete barrier, condemned by Palestinians as "the Apartheid Wall," which is expected to be finished by early next year.

    'Cleansing' the Two-state 'Vision' in Jerusalem

  • It's not as if a "democracy" is at risk of being saved here. 25% of the populace at best are believed to support Karzai's refutably legitimate US backed government which was returned to power with up to a 1/3 votes rigged.

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